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    I'm not a big fan of the .mobi extension but this is one that actually applies to it unlike everything else out there ... great commercial use opportunities.

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    thanks maddog...
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    Wouldn't someone who is able to access the .mobi likely already have a working phone connection making it unlikely they'd have any interest in phonecards?
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    By your logic safesys, anyone with access to a .com (and thereby having internet access already) would have no need for any type of card to provide a discount or access to that service ... flawed argument. I might access internetcards.com for a wireless access card, discount isp card or something of the like.

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    people have working phones in general and still use phone cards... bought in physical stores, online, over the phone and through the phone... to be used in various ways
    What are the odds they feel they must order them there and then and so endure the mobile phone based purchase experience vs using some other means of acquisition?

    even accepting that people may want to buy these cards in a mobile context, in the singular combined with .mobi which is still very much in a battle for the end user mobile naming convention of choice, I can't see that anyone other than a hopeful domainer would entertain paying a premium to buy this.
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    Even though I'm not a big believer in .mobi I actually like this one.
    safesys has a good point, but still I think some cellular companies might be interested in it, so I'd just go and try to sell it

    ~MG

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